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Niuean, also known as Niue and `Niuefekai, is an Eastern Malayo-Polynesian member of the Austronesian language family spoken by 97.4% of the population of Niue as well as significant populations in the Cook Islands, New Zealand and Tonga.
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Essential Features of Predication in English and Niuean
Paper by Diane Massam and Carolyn Smallwood of the University of Toronto comparing predication in two typologically diverse languages to account for differences in word order. [PDF]
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